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TABLE 2 Population and Developmental Levels of Selected More Developed Countries, 1965
			Gross National Product	Natality	Mortality		Urbanization   Electric Power		Female Literacy	Radios
										
			(U.S. $	(Live Births		(Infant Deaths	(Percent in	(Kwh per	(Percent	(Per
		Population	per	per	(Deaths per	per 1,000	Cities of over	Person	Illiterate	1,000
	Country	(Millions)	Person)	1,000 Pop.)	1,000 Pop.)	Live Births)	100,000)	per Year)	over Age 15)	Pop.)
		(1)	(2)	(3)	(4)	(5)	(6)	(7)	(8)	(9)
I.	Soviet Union	231	-	18.4	7.3	27.6	23.5	2,198	5.0	320
2.	United States	195	3,862	19.4	9.4	24.7	28.4	5,949	2.0	1,233
J.	Japan	98	986	18.6	7.2	18.5	40.5	1,961	2.0	209
I.	United Kingdom	54	1,944	18.3	11.5	19.5	36.1	3,600	1.5	297
5.	France	49	2,181	17.7	11.1	21.9	16.8	2,074	3.6	313
5.	Netherlands	12	1,659	19.9	8	14.4	32.9	2,035	1.5	252
1.	Sweden	8	2,847	15.9	10.1	13.3	21.7	6,348	1.5	382
Sources: See Table 1; except for col. 6, see (12, 13), for col. 8 (14).able estimates, according to the sources indicated. In some cases expert readers will recognize that some nonitalicized figures are census or survey data from an earlier date which may have been questioned at the time and could certainly be out of date by 1965.